Fraternity – International Humanitarian Missions (FIHM)
Is a civil non-profit humanitarian association that advocates human rights and cares for the environment. Through the altruistic service of its humanitarian staff, Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHM) provides humanitarian service to people in situations of risk and socioeconomic vulnerability, also acting in emergency situations.
Founded in October 2018, the objective of Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHM) is to expand the work of the international humanitarian missions that its flagship institution, Fraternity – International Humanitarian Federation (FIHF), has been carrying out since 2011.
During this period, volunteer missionaries have provided assistance to refugees and migrants, and have been active in humanitarian, natural and environmental disasters in countries such as Ethiopia, Rwanda, Nepal, Turkey, Egypt, Nicaragua, Argentina, Uruguay, Colombia, Lebanon, Angola and Paraguay, besides Brazil.
Humanitarian Fraternity (FIHF) includes 25 national and international civil associations that are dedicated to serving the environment, to the expansion of consciousness, fraternal community life and to assisting humanitarian and emergency responses.
HERMANOS – Brazil in the humanitarian response to the Venezuelan crisis
A story built by multiple voices: of those who welcome and of those who are welcomed.
HERMANOS is a plural narrative, built through the accounts of migrants, refugees and different members of the Welcome Operation, an important group of humanitarian work that offers shelter to thousands of Venezuelans in the state of Roraima and in the city of Manaus, Brazil.